The Danish retirement fund for academics has long screened out companies and countries from its portfolio, but has further stepped up its focus on ESG issues in the past few years.
The Danish retirement fund for academics is taking a more activist approach to the environment by pressuring the likes of Korean group Samsung and Japan’s Mizuho.
The academics’ retirement fund – known for ditching its Chinese state-linked assets – plans to double its 6% allocation to climate investments amid an illiquid asset buildout.
The Netherlands’ largest pension asset manager stays on track with its Asia buildout, having hired 10 investment staff in the region this year.
The Taiwanese pension manager's investment return rate has dwindled this year, so it is calling for AI-driven asset managers to help it expand its overseas assets exposure.
The UK retirement fund's CIO explains how it invests in illiquid assets in Asia and why he is particularly selective on private equity in the region.